noun, plural pin·ta·dos, pin·ta·does.
- pintado petrel,
- pinter, harold
Origin of pintado
Examples from the Web for pintado
The ship was now surrounded by albatrosses, penguins, and pintado birds.Dick Cheveley|W. H. G. Kingston
The wall of the Pueblo Pintado was found by excavation to extend at least two feet below the surface of the ground.
The Pueblo Pintado is built on a knoll twenty or thirty feet high, about three hundred yards from the river.
Many hundreds of the white-rumped mhorr browsed on it undisturbed, and the pintado and the partridge seemed to be without end.The Highlands of Ethiopia|William Cornwallis Harris
From the middle downward they wear a pintado of silk, trailing upon the ground, in colour as they best like.Sir Francis Drake's Famous Voyage Round the World|Francis Pretty